Michigan Collegiate was established in 1999 as a Public School Academy chartered by Ferris State University. Our goal is to provide a quality education to students as well as instruction in character development. We had our first graduating class in June 2006. As a public school of choice, we accept children from throughout the geographic region. The elementary school is located in Roseville, Michigan. Our middle school and high school are located in Warren, Michigan.
Developing academic knowledge and skills.
Stimulating critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Providing exposure to educational technology.
Requiring participation in a diversified curriculum.
Students to become lifelong learners
Students to develop to their potential
Michigan Collegiate will be recognized as having an exemplary public school academy board. This will be evidenced by: Michigan Collegiate Board of Directors will be the standard by which other charter school boards are measured. Michigan Collegiate will provide technology that is not older than 5 years old. All Michigan Collegiate students who take the NWEA-MAP Assessment will show one year’s growth from Fall to Spring testing. Michigan Collegiate Board of Directors will promote retention among students through graduation.
Average Class Size
Teacher retention over 5 years
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Teacher to Device Ratio
Charter schools are unique public schools. They are allowed more freedom to be innovative, while still being held accountable for advancing student achievement. As a public school, charters are:
In Michigan, charters are granted through state universities, junior colleges, intermediate, or local school boards. Conner Creek Academy East received its charter from in 1999 from Ferris State University, located in Big Rapids, Michigan.
The education is free. Just like traditional public schools, we received our funding from the state on Just like traditional public schools, we received our funding from the state on Just like traditional public schools, we received our funding from the state on a per pupil basis.
Yes. We are governed by the same requirements as a traditional public school.
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We are now accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year! Click below to begin your enrollment!